Former Prime Minister David Cameron will visit Oxford this Friday to deliver a talk and question and answer session, Cherwell can reveal.

However, the talk’s attendance is strictly limited and will not be open to the public.

He will be hosted by Brasenose, where he spent his undergraduate degree. The talk will be open to current Brasenose PPEists and History and Politics students, as well as various academics and politics alumni.

Cameron will give a short speech which will be followed by a question and answer session. There will then be a short tea with the Prime Minister, open only to the alumni.

Earlier this month, it was reported widely that David Cameron was considering a return to frontline politics, with sources saying he was “bored shitless”. He resigned from the office of Prime Minster in 2016 after he failed to convince the British public to vote against Brexit.


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